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Workplace Ergonomic Risk in Your Office

Workplace Ergonomic Risk in abnormal stances or being in similar stance for extensive stretches of time. Utilizing places that put weight on the body, for example, drawn out or dull arriving at above shoulder level, stooping, hunching down, hanging over a counter, utilizing a blade with wrists bowed, or turning the middle while lifting.

Started in 2019, Dr. Bharati Jajoo (Registered Occupational Therapist and Advanced Office Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, AOEAS), the chief of Body Dynamics, has over 25 years of experience in clinical and ergonomics work in a variety of industries. Dr. Bharati has further helped over 50 000 employees in various organizations, helping prevent countless work-related musculoskeletal disorders.

From aiding injured individuals on how to get back to work after injury to reducing individual, organisational, and societal costs associated with musculoskeletal injuries, the Body Dynamics team offers invaluable expertise and tools in regard to employee health, using the depth of our experience and knowledge in ergonomics, physical medicine, neuroscience, and organizational health. 

With our consultations and programs, we believe that proper ergonomics and well-being should be the cornerstone of every individual’s health and every organization’s bottom line. Our unique approach to enhancing human health potential involves being proactive by using preventive human-centric work practices and optimizing the workplace for increased efficiency.


With so many more people working from anywhere, ergonomics has never been more important than right now!

Reducing employee disocomfort by addressing most preventable  musculoskeletal injuries can be a win win situation for employers and employees.

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